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Google Chrome extension essential to your day to day activities


If you are a Google Chrome user, are you using the Chrome Extensions, if not you should as it can help you working more efficiently, with tens of thousands of Chrome Extensions to choose from, it makes it hard to find the essentials that you would need to use to improve working with Chrome.

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How to setup up your small business IT infrastructure like an enterprise


Having the right IT infrastructure for your small business is very important, small business do not have the budget or resources to setup an IT infrastructure that mimic much larger organizations with bigger pockets. Do you want to know how to setup up your small business IT infrastructure like an enterprise. This article will discuss how I setup my IT infrastructure to run my business websites and what I pay monthly for the services I use.

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How to speed up page load for your WordPress blog


As part of launching a new WordPress website, you need to do some optimization from the standard installation and give your WordPress improved performance  improve page loads. There are a number of ways you can do this, I will in this article take you through the options that are available to you. There might be something that fits your configuration, I also will tell you what I did to improve my wordpress website.

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Google App Script code editor now gives you info on performance


Google have added a new hints feature in the Apps Script code editor: a light bulb. This is icon will be grayed out most of the time, but when it lights up it means that the Google system has some useful information to share about your script, such as performance improvements or warnings about the use of deprecated methods. Google collect this data as your script executes, so you won’t get any hints until after the first time you’ve run it.

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